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UKTIS BumpsUKTIS Bumps
      

 

 

Visit bumps to see our new patient leaflets which correspond with our documents for healthcare professionals.

We will be updating the bumps website with more patient leaflets on a regular basis so please keep checking back.
 

 

 

Pregnancy summaries - New for May 2015

when downloading these pregnancy summaries you will be redirected to our sister site www.medicinesinpregnancy.org
 

 

 

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How to report medication exposure in pregnancy

bullet-pointReport your own pregnancy by creating your own ‘my bumps’
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bullet-pointHealthcare professionals can report all pregnancy exposures to
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Accessing UKTIS pregnancy information

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UKTIS abstracts are openly available here
bullet-pointFull scientific reviews for healthcare professionals are available
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bullet-pointBUMPS - Patient information leaflets available here.

 

 

 


News and Events

Women now able to report pregnancy exposures to UKTIS via bumps

scanOver the years pregnant women have asked to report their details to UKTIS directly so that this information is available to other women who may need to consider whether or not to take a certain medicine in the future.

Our new online reporting facility offers all pregnant women (not just those taking certain medicines or whose pregnancies did not result in a healthy baby), or women who have been pregnant in the past, the option to create their own password protected ‘my bump’s record’.

The information entered into these records is stored and reviewed periodically by UKTIS to better understand how medicines, a woman’s lifestyle or the illness for which she was taking the medicine, may affect her baby’s development in the womb. Please encourage your patients to visit bumps at  www.medicinesinpregnancy.org to find out more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This page last updated 12/05/2015

 

 

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